For each date and each Programme Time Unit (PTU), the graph and table entitled ‘Measured
feed’ provide an overview of the feed to the grids, as measured by their grid administrators,
and the balance of the exchanges with other countries. The measured feed value is
an approximation of the total national grid load.
TenneT publishes measurement data on its website, thereby implementing section 4.6
of the Metering Code.
The data published are expressed in MWh/PTU; you can obtain the equivalent in MW
by multiplying each value by four.
Feed (> 0): the sum of the measurement data for each connected party with a generating
capacity of 10 MW or more, as reported by grid administrators, insofar as it concerns
the feed to the grid, increased by the sum of the exchanged energy on the cross-border
interconnections with Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom and Norway.
Import (> 0): the sum of the programmed imports from Belgium, Germany, United
Kingdom and Norway.
Export (< 0): the sum of the programmed exports to Belgium, Germany, United Kingdom
The publication is based on information provided by grid administrators. The message
traffic system that forms the basis for this information was changed as of 1 April
2004. As of that date, publication occurs on the basis of data obtained from all
the grid administrators (previously, the data of one particular grid administrator
were lacking). This may have resulted in an altered pattern, which means that the
data as of 1 April 2004 cannot be compared easily to previous data.
As the information concerned has been obtained from third parties, TenneT cannot
guarantee its correctness, accuracy and completeness.
How to use this page?
When you open this web page, you will see the data for the date most recently published.
You can also view data from the past. To do this you must enter the desired date.
TenneT publishes this web page each working day at 3.00 p.m. The published information
will be finalised 11 working days after its initial publication.
Pursuant to the Technical Codes, TenneT is obliged to provide information based
on data obtained from third parties. Consequently, TenneT cannot guarantee that
all details are correct, accurate and complete.
TenneT does not accept any liability for any (supposed) damage incurred as a result
of your use of www.tennet.eu and/or www.tennet.org,
nor for the consequences of activities undertaken on the basis of data and information
included on this website.